What kind of doctor is the possibility of a pre-leochemical cure of a 2 year old child who is difficult to eat is found to have a leukemia 18.8% nWhat treatment might be done?
From the information you convey, in patients diagnosed with preleukemia it is also known as Myelodysplastic syndrome (MDS) in which the spinal cord does not produce healthy blood cells normally.
In patients with MDS, the influence of radiation, chemotherapy, exposure to industrial chemicals, and a history of alcohol consumption can be at risk of causing MDS in individuals.
In general, the chances of MDS patients becoming leukemia, can be around 30% or 1 in 3 people with MDS will develop leukemia. So that routine examinations and controls by the treating doctor are important to reduce the progression of MDS.
Treatment can include chemotherapy, immunosuppression drugs, blood transfusions, stem cells, hormone therapy. To determine treatment and care, direct consultation and discussion with the pediatrician will help plan treatment and home care. So that if your child is currently experiencing complaints about eating difficult, then you should visit the pediatrician for examination and help increase your child's appetite.
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